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Jackson by Hinkley merges traditional details such as clear seedy glass, finished glass collars and a distinctive hammered accent plate to create a seamless, polished look that is at home in a rustic lodge or an urban loft.
The clear teardrop glass shade houses the bulb of your choice as it is suspended from a square antique brass back plate. Mount multiples down a hallway to create a dramatic look. Coordinates with similar table lamp and floor lamp.
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Calling upon Kelly’s love of nature, this collection features topographic and organic forms inspired by California’s coastal landscape. Her signature carved bronze technique is juxtaposed with glass to evoke sensual drama and raw glamour.
For a space in need of a clean look, The Hubbardton Forge Glide Sconce offers a more contemporary feel. Steel and aluminum are both featured to create this piece. With approximately 1000 lumens of light, it’s suitable for modern vanity applications.
If plain gray or a combination of gray and white doesn’t excite you much, remember that gray can take on any other color as an undertone.
White is an outstanding color to use in your bathroom no matter what your style, whether it’s modern, contemporary, traditional or transitional.
People should look their best when they look at their reflection. Fill in areas of darkness by utilizing layers of light – overhead fixtures, sconces on either side of the mirror.
When most people think of a chandelier in entryways or dining room halls. Make a statement with your bathroom design by choosing to add a chandelier.
Typically, the standard or go-to theme is to add light fixtures above the mirror, giving you the task lighting to get ready in the morning or to brush your teeth or wash your face at night.
We forget just how painfully dim the world was before electricity. A candle, a good candle, provides barely a hundredth of the illumination of a single 100 watt light bulb.